In a move that is being welcomed by the vegan community in Germany, the all-vegan supermarket chain Veganz announced it was opening its third location in the country, in the capital Berlin.
On Saturday, the third location for the Veganz chain opened on Saturday in Berlin to much fanfare. The German website essen-und-trinken.de reported that it will continue to boost its chain by opening markets in Hamburg and Leipzig.
Germany is among the fastest growing vegan eating communities in the world and more and more people have been calling for Veganz to extend its shops to more locations to reach more people on a regular basis.
Starting Easter Saturday people can buy vegan products that number in the thousands in the Friedrichshain district, without having to check the contents of the products first. It’s all vegan, 100 percent, the market chain said.Food hygiene and cosmetic products that were made without animal products or animal testing will also be sold. Vegan ready made pizza’s and other frozen products will also be available, as well as vegan baby food and animal feed.
The first two of the vegan supermarket chain’s locations were opened in Berlin Prenzlauer Berg and Frankfurt.